Jane Jose: Places Women Make

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The Barr Smith Library says
Places Women Make tells stories of women shaping the Australian city – its buildings, spaces, and social and political agendas. It is a fresh look at city life, great places and the unsung urban heroines who made them. It speaks to a new generation of urban citizens and honours women from history. It explores the design of cities, the places we need and suggests urban life would be richer if women played more of a role in city design.
Jane Jose is an urbanist who has worked in the world of planners and architects. She was elected as an independent Deputy Lord Mayor of Adelaide in 1991. Since then she has worked closely with leaders in many Australian cities developing policies to make our cities more liveable.
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By: The Barr Smith Library